In a slight change in procedure, Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron on Monday morning announced the slate of presenters at Sunday's Oscars. The roster includes representatives of Hollywood…
PARIS — Alfred Hitchcock's restored masterpiece “Vertigo” will unspool at the Cannes Film Festival in the presence of the 1958's pic's star, Kim Novak, who is the fest's guest of honor. Novak will…
Kim Novak's ad in the Jan. 9 edition of Daily Variety, saying she felt "violated" by the use of music from "Vertigo" in "The Artist," generated dozens of stories and even more blogosphere entries…
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Helmer Michel Hazanavicius, Academy honchos and others weighed in Monday on the use of "Vertigo" music in "The Artist," after Kim Novak decried the excerpt as "rape" in a full-page ad in Variety.
"War films are wonderful challenges," says Thomas Walsh, president of the Art Directors Guild. "But they're right at the top of the food chain in terms of assignments that are difficult to do well."
Kim Basinger, Nick Stahl and Freddy Rodriguez have been attached to star in thriller "Over the Wall," and producers are in advanced negotiations with Jennifer Morrison.
The difficulty of turning certain novels into good movies is amply shown by "Kim Novak Never Swam in Genesaret's Lake." The story of a summer that turns out to be both wonderful and terrible for two…
There was the Leslie Howard/Bette Davis 1934 version of this story and the 1946 entry starring Paul Henried and Eleanor Parker. This stab, with Laurence Harvey and Kim Novak, will not erase the…
"Vertigo" is prime though uneven Hitchcock and with the potent marquee combination of James Stewart and Kim Novak should prove to be a highly profitable enterprise at the boxoffice. Stewart, on…
Jerry Wald's biopicturing of the career of '10 Magic Fingers' is not all the sorrow and woe that the story of Eddy Duchin might suggest. There's no escaping the fact that the pianist's first wife…